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950 Ice Cream Dr. North Aurora IL warehouse rendering PCCP TDC

PCCP, Transwestern Development Co. JV for Spec Industrial in I-88 Corridor

A joint venture of PCCP, LLC and Transwestern Development Company (TDC) has announced plans to develop a speculative 173,400-square-foot industrial facility at 950 Ice Cream Drive in North Aurora, IL, within the Chicago industrial market’s I-88 Corridor. Construction will begin in October and is expected to be complete in second quarter-2022. 

“Demand for modern industrial space continues to surge and this facility will suit the needs of companies seeking quality warehouse space in a submarket that offers both accessibility and a skilled workforce,” said Ted Staszak, VP of development at TDC. 

Situated on a nine-acre parcel, the project is located in the heart of the Far West Suburban submarket adjacent to Interstate 88 and approximately 40 miles west of the Chicago CBD. The Class A building will feature 36-foot clear height, 42 trailer parking stalls, and abundant car parking and exterior docks. 


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TDC’s Staszak

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